Stabilize now to build a
The immediate aftermath of the COVID-19 surge leaves members with several urgent needs. Costs remain high while elective, revenue-driving procedure volumes need to push out of all-time lows, former labor challenges have gained new complexities, and supply chain vulnerabilities that surfaced and disrupted now require new tools for forecasting and inventory visibility.
Let's ensure your organization's financial stability
We can help with today's financial challenges to best prepare your organization for a thriving tomorrow — connect with us today.
Making a quick turnaround to declining revenues is a smart goal right now.
It's time to stabilize your organization's financial health with a strategy that
will fuel your revenue stream.
Start with a focus on controlling labor costs, lowering supply and service
prices and reducing clinical variation. We can support you with tools and
expertise for quick gains and immediate relief.
Improve supply chain reliability
Post-surge hindsight reveals providers should strengthen operations to
mitigate supply disruptions and ensure current team expertise, while
maximizing available resources from partners. We have deep expertise and
powerful new tools to help shift your supply chain model to one with
increased trust, transparency and predictability.
Confidence — across staff, patients, families and visitors — is essential to quality care. The current focus for providers is to ensure engagement, resiliency and safety while consistently providing high quality, value-driven care. We are prepared to help now with connections, data and experience that drive results.
Let's connect to help you build the future of health care
1 Vizient Clinical Data Base, October 2019-March 2020, (n=260 hospitals); March 2020 data (n=329). Includes cases with patients age 18 years and older. Hospitals with MS-DRGs included in aggregate: 470, 460, 621, 455,
454, 025, 330, 027, 473, 026.
2 Vizient Clinical Data Base, February 2020-March 2020, (n=260 hospitals); March 2020 data (n=329 hospitals). Includes cases with patients age 18 years and older.